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Feb 5, 2013 7:00pm EST
nothing in taxes, to start paying their fair share of taxes. >> what most concerns you? i want to be specific in asking. what most concerns you about what the president is likely to give on? you just listed a couple of things, but what is your greatest fear about what he may compromise? >> in terms of a grand bargain, i am afraid the president will continue down the path of more cuts. we did get $700 billion over 10 years, from people earning $400,000 a year or more. that is good, but that $700 billion is not 1.6 trillion the president originally wanted, so we need more revenue for deficit reduction, and i hope the president remains strong on that. what worries me very much is the president may end up supporting something called chained cpi, which would make significant cuts starting immediately on social security, veterans' needs, and that worries me. in addition, i am worried about cuts in benefits to medicare and medicaid. politics.'s talk we will come back to policy in a second. the policy cleans the clocks in january. they have agreed to put off the debt ceiling debate. we have
Feb 6, 2013 12:30am EST
in haiti. you pay a bribe, which is cheaper than paying taxes. you pay a bribe to one government official. is a business practice and has been for at least a century. tavis: the question is how does that lead to haiti getting stuck where it is, because it is not the only government with officials who take bribes. so we list of names? until the other day there were not one but two former governor is -- governors in illinois who were imprisoned at the same time. you have got to tell me more than just the people in this quandary. but there is corruption, and there is racism, and if you look, martinique and guadeloupe are part of france. france sent them on, and they are the descendants of slaves. they do not have the situation in haiti has, which is an outcast. i think what frederick douglass says, which is true. after the earthquake there were incredible articles. pat robinson said patients made a pact with the devil. it was the first time he seemed to be on the side of the french, and many conservatives and moderate columnists attack patients as having brought this upon themselves
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